SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - All the conference realignment going on doesn't sit well with Syracuse's Jim Boeheim.
After the sixth-ranked Orange beat Princeton 73-53 on Wednesday night, the longtime coach of the Orange offered his view of the college landscape.
``I'm going to let those people play their games,'' Boeheim said. ``I think they'll be doing that for the next 20 years. If they could figure it out and get it done in the next year, we wouldn't have to think about it.
``Maybe they should just have a draft, each conference should just draft teams ... except then they'd have to make a decision and they wouldn't be able to figure it out. Eventually, they'll get this thing figured out. They'll get all the teams moved and then in a year or two someone will say `We need to take somebody,' ... But I'll be long gone by then.''
The Big East lost its fifth member in 18 months Tuesday with Rutgers bolting for the Big Ten, and defections likely are on the horizon.
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